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George Frederick Pardon (1824–1884)

Pardon, George Frederick. An English miscellaneous writer; born at London, 1824; died in 1884. He wrote many handbooks of games, sports, and pastimes; several stories as ‘Faces in the Fire’ (1856); ‘Tales from the Operas’ (1858); ‘Boldheart the Warrior’ (1859); ‘Noble by Heritage’ (1877); ‘Stories About Animals’; ‘Stories about Birds’; ‘Illustrious Women who have Distinguished Themselves for Virtue, Piety, and Benevolence’ (1868).